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Mass Schedule - Our Lady of Perpetual Help
THE MOST HOLY TRINITY
OLPH
MAY 22, 2016
Seek, Share, Rejoice!
Mass Schedule
Inside This Issue:
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Updates from the Pastor
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Discussing the Joy of Love
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Last chance for the New Parishioner
Survey
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Advertising Opportunity in the Playdium
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish
Monday - Saturday: 6:30 and 8:30 am
Saturday: 5:00 pm Anticipation
Sunday: 7:30 am (in church)
9:30 am (in church and McDonnell Hall)
11:00 am (in church)
12:30 pm and 6:00 pm (in church)
1775 Grove St. Glenview IL 60025
Parish Office 847-729-1525
olphglenview.org
seek, share, rejoice - pastor's reflection
"As disciples we desire to
pour out God's love...we seek
to give another what has
been given to us."
Father Jerry Boland
Dear Parishioners,
Today’s feast of the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity is one of a number of special feasts that follow
Pentecost. We meditate on the relationship of Father,
Son and Holy Spirit. There is profound meaning in the
awareness that the God we worship lives in a dynamic
relationship of love. The manner in which the Father,
Son and Spirit relate in love becomes the witness to us
as to how we should relate to one another. As we hear
in Paul’s letter to the Romans, “the love of God has
been poured out into our hearts”.
So much of the foundational power of ministry can be
traced to this desire to be a vessel of the “pouring out
of God’s love”. Whether we are a minister of care, a
bereavement minister or a SPRED catechist to name
just a few, we seek to give to another, what has been
given to us.
This spring, the Men’s Club and the Women’s Club
acknowledged two parishioners who have been signs
of that love: Lori Parsek and Pat Cullen. We celebrate
these women who have given so much to our parish
and look forward to many years ahead of benefitting
from their witness of God’s love in our midst.
Our parishioner Sharon Riley is the Executive Director of “Rebuilding Together North Suburban Chicago.”
Several OLPH parishioners are involved in this not for
profit organization that helps low income people and
people with disabilities to remain in their homes by
repairing and fixing things that greatly impact the quality of their lives. Projects like fixing a leaking pipe, a
broken toilet, the electrical system or installing disability
appliances can have such an impact on someone’s life,
especially when they don’t know who to turn to. Last
year the organization worked on 56 projects with over
500 volunteers! “Rebuilding Together…” is just another
example of what can happen when we pour out God’s
love.
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I also am so grateful to our parishioner Dr. James
McCool and his partner Dr. Harold Wychoff who
provided free dental exams for children of families in
need yesterday. Many children were able to get dental
examinations that their parents could not afford. We are
blessed by so many of our parishioners in the medical,
legal and financial professions that are always willing to
assist those in need.
We begin a busy time of many projects to maintain
or improve our beautiful campus. Our buildings and
grounds committee, under the direction of Nancy Schwider, review and prioritize projects so that we can stay
on top of tasks that need attention. We are fortunate
that a mild winter has left us with a surplus for campus
repairs. This spring and summer we will be repairing the
cupola and rectory roof. At the school several classroom windows will be replaced and significant masonry
repair work is planned for the exterior of the Playdium
building. Also planned are an expansion of handicap
accessible parking and easier access to our church for
those who rely on wheelchairs and walkers.
In related news, the Parish Pastoral Council and the
Finance Council have been reviewing capital projects
that may be part of our upcoming campaign, To Teach
Who Christ Is.
I was honored to be asked by American Legion Post
166 to participate in this year’s annual Glenview Memorial Day Parade. The parade begins at 10:00 and
concludes at the Veterans Memorial on the corner of
Glenview Road and River Drive. The guest speaker will
be our parishioner US Marine Corps Retired Col. Ace
Realie. He was recently named the 2016 Glenview Citizen of the Year. Congratulations Ace, we are all proud
of you and grateful for your service to our nation and
the City of Glenview.
Have a Blessed week,
Fr. Jerry Boland
seek, share, rejoice - parish news and notes
Recent Photos
On Saturday, May
7, eighteen OLPH
parishioners volunteered
at a Greater Chicago
Food Depository Repack
Session.
The groups's work credit
hours will be applied
to the St. Sabina Food
Pantry enabling the
pantry to purchase bulk
food items from GCFD.
SEEK!
SHARE!
REJOICE!
Our Engagement Prayer
Dear Lord, we want to be an engaged church, a parish motivated
by love for You and committed to
our mission of living out Your gospel. We ask that You be with us on
our spiritual journey.
Help us to be a worshipping community, devoted to Mass, praying
with and for one another, and lifting
our voices joyfully in song.
On Sunday, May 17 our Special Religious Development Program
welcomed everyone to experience one of their special Masses.
Congratulations to first communicant Ciana Quijana and her family.
Help us to be a welcoming community with smiles and outstretched arms as we greet all who
enter our doors, be they friends or
strangers.
Help us to be a community of good
stewards who support our parish and are compassionate to the
needs of the poor.
Help us to be a ministering community, cheerfully and tirelessly
offering time and talent in service
to others.
Thoughts on This Week's Gospel
In today’s Gospel Jesus talks about life with his Father and the
Spirit. He tells his disciples that what belongs to the Father
belongs to him, and that the Spirit will take from what is his and
give it to them. Jesus helps us understand that the relationship
between Father, Son and Spirit is one of perfect sharing and
loving generosity. This shared life is the foundation for what we
now understand as part of living life in the Trinity. The abundant
generosity of those who are good stewards of the gifts entrusted
to them gives us a glimpse into the love of the Triune God. Does
the generosity with which we live our lives bear witness to God’s
extraordinarily generous life within us?
Help us to be a community of disciples who place You, Lord, at the
center of our lives.
Help us to be an engaged community with open hearts and open
minds to Seek You Lord, Share
Your Gifts, and Rejoice in Your
Blessings.
We ask these things in Your Holy
Name.
Amen.
-Margie André
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seek, share, rejoice - sharing and human concerns
Make Meals for Operation Open Door
Hungry homeless people come to the rectory doors and visit the food pantries of our four sharing parishes daily in
search of food. Our Sharing Parishes are often able to respond with brown lunch bags filled with non-perishable
food provided by OLPH. These easy-to-assemble bags, which serve as an emergency meal, are assembled and
donated by individuals, families, and groups alike.
BAG CONTENTS: Pre-Packaged Tuna or Chicken Salad with Crackers, Trail Mix, Peanut Butter or Cheese and
Crackers, 100% Juice in a Box or Can, Dried Fruit, Applesauce or Fruit Cup, Plastic Spoon, Napkin
Optional to include: Candy, Power Bar, Granola Bar. Larger sized lunch bags work best, preferably doubled.
Contact Julie for more information at 847.909.0661 or to arrange delivery of larger donations.
Sharing Updates and Opportunities
Live Your Faith in Service to One Another
The Ten Commandments of Sharing
Consider the needy alongside for your own household
when grocery shopping. Pick up a few items for
someone you don’t even know and make the difference
in their day!
To facilitate the Sharing process, please consider the
guidelines outlined below.
1.
Non-perishable food items continue to be our
greatest need. Please donate items with their
original seal and within their expiration date. Avoid
glass containers.
2.
Please consider the dignity of the needy when
evaluating what to donate. Ask yourself whether
you would be comfortable passing an item on to
someone you know.
3.
When donating your gently worn, clean clothing,
please remove from hangers and deliver them to
the Sharing Room folded in boxes or bags, keeping
weight manageable for our volunteers. All types of
clothing are welcome with the exception of undergarments (men’s undershirts are welcome).
4.
Shoes should be gently worn.
5.
Small household items in clean, good condition are
welcome. Small appliances need to be complete
and in working order. We cannot accept TVs.
6.
Contact the Parish Office for donation of larger furnishings. We will then call you to discuss the items.
Please do not deliver furniture or appliances to the
Sharing Room without authorization.
7.
We can only accept NEW toys.
8.
We do find homes for most books but are unable to
find outlets for encyclopedias and textbooks.
9.
Please do not donate redecorating materials (used
paint, wallpaper, tile…) or construction materials.
Too Busy To Shop For The Food Drive?
We’ll do the shopping for you! Mail a donation made
out to the OLPH Needy Family Fund to Lou Marohn,
2132 Fir Street, Glenview. Food will be purchased in
case lots to stretch and maximize your donation.
Morning of Service at James, June 11
Join fellow OLPH parishioners for a fun morning of
service at St. James. The Greater Chicago Food
Depository will provide a truck full of produce and
we will have the joy of distributing this to a long line
of grateful recipients. OLPH organizes a group of 50
volunteers for this event each year, including many
families. Contact Tom Rinella, [email protected]
Carpooling will be arranged.
Saturday Morning Volunteer Opportunity
We are building a team to serve rotating Saturday
mornings, sorting through clothing and household
donations that make their way to the Sharing Room.
Help out for a two hour shift once every eight weeks.
Contact Betty Collins, [email protected], to
join our effort.
10. The dumpsters outside the Sharing Room doors
fill routinely with items we do not feel comfortable
passing on. This creates an unnecessary expense
and reduces funds for the poor.
Thank you for your consideration of these guidelines!
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seek, share, rejoice - upcoming parish events
Read and Discuss the Pope's Recent Document
TALK
TO
US!
“Amoris Laetitia”
(The Joy of Love)
by Pope Francis
Discussion Series by Fr. Tom Hickey
Join Fr. Tom Hickey on three Wednesday
evenings in June to study Pope Francis’s recent
apostolic exhortation “The Joy of Love."
We will meet in the Dussman Room in the
Lafayette Building from 7:00 – 8:15 p.m.
Meetings will be on Wednesday evenings,
June 8, June 15 & June 22.
The text and an accompanying study guide can
be picked up at the parish office.
A donation of $10 is asked to help cover the
costs. Each session will include some focus and
important background, time for reflection and
discussion, and some prayer for our families.
This document cries for discussion in families
and parishes. It is important to remember that
this exhortation comes after a process that went
on for more than three years, beginning with a
worldwide questionnaire on family issues that
was sent out by the Vatican to bishops to get
input from experts and the laity.
Take the New Parishioner Survey
Have you joined Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in
the last three years? We want to hear from you.
To help us learn how to better serve new parishioners,
we ask that you complete a brief (5 minute) survey
online.
Take the survey at:
www.olphglenview.org/welcome
Your answers will be confidential unless you choose to
identify yourself. Please submit your responses by the
evening of Sunday, May 22.
Contact Natalie, [email protected] with
any questions or to have the survey emailed to you.
Thank you for your participation,
The OLPH Engagement Committee
Book Club Next Meeting, June 13
We have just finished reading “Faith and Joy”
by Fr. Fernando Cardenal, The author died in
February 2016, after a life dedicated to the poor
in his native Nicaragua. One of his incredible
achievements was the reduction of illiteracy
among the campessinos from 52% to less
than 10%. He did this in less than a year by
organizing what might be called a crusade of
young people to go into the villages and live
with the poor. 60,000 young people joined the
crusade. Because of his involvement in politics
he was expelled from the Society of Jesus, but
was later readmitted. This is a truly inspiring life,
which is well worth reading.
Our next book is "The Joy of Love," the recent
document from Pope Francis. We are going
to study this book in greater detail, and will
probably take several sessions of sharing our
thoughts and insights. Our next meeting will be
June 13 in the Youth Office at 7:00 pm. All are
welcome, even if you have not read the book.
Copies are available in the Rectory office.
Project Linus Meeting, May 25
The Project Linus Blanket Making Ministry will hold its
next meeting on Wednesday, May 25. The meeting will
be from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the Dussman Room of
the Lafayette Building. Please come and help us make
cheerful patchwork blankets for needy infants and
children.
The ability to use a sewing machine is not required.
Project Linus has fun and helpful jobs for everyone!
Friends old & new are always welcome.
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seek, share, rejoice - school news
Our Kindergarteners braved the weather and had a successful
Lemonade stand during recess. Working in teams, they poured the
glasses, collected the money, and picked up the trash from sale.
They will walk to Glenview State Bank and count the money they
received. The proceeds from the sale will go to Sr. Paulanne’s
Needy Family Fund. Congratulations to our little entrepreneurs!
We thank the outgoing School Advisory Board members for their incredible time, creative ideas, and amazing
energy these last 3 years. From school finance to enrollment challenges; fundraising to public relations, these
individuals made a significant contribution to our school and its future. Join us in recognizing and celebrating
the leadership and work of these talented individuals:
Colin Gubbins (President)
Mary Campobasso
Dina Collins
Additionally, we warmly welcome 3 new School Board members. Since we had 3 fabulous candidates submit
applications, there was no need for an election this year. Please take a moment to go to the School Advisory
Board page on our website, www.olph-il.org/schoolboard and read their bios to learn more about them!
Peter Hendrick
Nancy Speers
Shannon Weasler
Our Board members are critical to the success of OLPH School and we are grateful for all they do!
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seek, share, rejoice - parish news and notes
Advertising Opportunity in our Gym
Request for Proposal - Scoreboard Sign, Details are on our website
With the Playdium bustling with activity, the scoreboard
signage presents many opportunities for a family or
business to be noticed.
Proposal Details:
Please see the complete details of the sign proposal at
www.olphglenview.org/recreation-and-athletics
Or, type "playdium" into the search bar.
Proposals may be dropped at the Rectory office
marked “Playdium Scoreboard Sign” or emailed to
Nancy Schwider at [email protected]
There is an advertising opportunity for signage in the
OLPH Playdium gym. This is a great chance for a family
or a business to be the Scoreboard Sponsor and have
great visibility within the parish.
The winning bidder will have his/her signage in the
Playdium until June 30, 2018.
There are two scoreboards in the Playdium gym. One
is in the Southwest corner and the other is in the Northeast corner. The Southwest scoreboard is becoming
available for advertising.
Proposals must be received no later than June 1, 2016.
The minimum bid for scoreboard signage is $5,000.
The Playdium has seen a tremendous increase in usage
in recent years. This increase is related to the goal of
having the Playdium in use as much as possible for the
benefit of the all members of the parish.
The OLPH Respect Life Ministry Presents the
Month of May
Baby Shower
Help us gather baby items to help young mothers
in crisis situations. New, gender neutral, unwrapped
items will be collected throughout the month of
May in marked baskets in the church.
Baby Items Wish List
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clothing
blankets
towels
diapers
wipes
toys
pacifiers
baby formula and food
The Month of May Baby Shower Benefits
OLPH Sharing Ministry, Aid for Women,
The Women’s Center and Catholic Charities
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seek, share, rejoice - spiritual growth and enrichment
SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE!
Totus Tuus
June 19 - 24, 2016
At Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Catholic Summer Faith Camp for Grades 1 - 12
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Grades 1-6: Mon-Fri, June 20 - 24 from 9 am - 2 pm
Grades 7-12: Sun-Thu, June 19 - 23 from 7 pm - 9 pm
Registration Fees: $50 for day program, $20 for evening
TO REGISTER:
olphglenview.org/events/totus-tuus-summer-camp
Or contact Vivi Lato at [email protected] for more information.
Dedicated to proclamation of the Gospel and promoting
the Catholic faith.
EVOLVE Adult Education Presents
You searched me God,and you know me:
An Introduction to Biblical Spirituality
With Laurie Brink, O.P., Ph.D. Associate Professor of New Testament Studies
Saturday, June 11, McDonnell Hall, 9:30 a.m.
The Bible is filled with examples of human beings’ reflection on their encounter
with the Divine and their attempt to live their faith, a process we call “Spirituality.” In this presentation we will explore what “spirituality” means and how various books of the bible reflect different “spiritual” threads. We will focus on the
themes of Blessing and Incarnation and ponder how those themes are experienced in our own lives.
About the Presenter: A Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa, Laurie Brink is an
Associate Professor of New Testament Studies at Catholic Theological Union in
Chicago. Brink investigates the ancient social, religious, and cultural world out
of which early Christianity emerged. Her recent scholarship has focused on the
role of the Roman military in the spread of Christianity. Her monograph, Soldiers
in Luke-Acts: Engaging, Contradicting, and Transcending the Stereotypes (Mohr
Siebeck, 2014), demonstrates that Luke intentionally characterizes Roman
soldiers as good disciples.
In addition to her academic publications, Brink co-authored Living the Word: Scripture Reflections and
Commentaries for Sundays and Holy Days Year A, B, C (Franklin Park, IL: World Library Publications, 2013-6).
Brink is an associate editor of The Bible Today, and has recorded two lecture series (Acts of the Apostles and
Philippians) for Now You Know Media. She earned her M.A. at Maryknoll School of Theology and her Ph.D. at
University of Chicago.
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seek, share, rejoice - parish news and notes
End of Year
Items of Note
School Supply Drive
Volunteers Needed
Weekends of June 4 - 19
The school year is coming to an end which brings
with it unused or gently used school supplies
usually brought home in backpacks near the last
day of school. Help us put these supplies, or
purchased supplies, in the hands of children that
need them most, students at Our Lady of Tepeyac
School and St. Phillip Neri Grade School.
Please bring school supplies to Masses the
weekends of June 4-5, 11-12, and 18-19. Collection boxes will be labeled and placed at the side
entrance and the convent porch. Members of
Guild 34 will collect them for distribution after all
Masses.
Supplies needed include:
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crayons,
pens,
pencils,
markers,
erasers,
notebooks,
folders,
loose-leaf,
construction paper,
glue,
tape,
child-safe scissors,
backpacks
On Saturday, June 11, the Glenview-based HEAR
Foundation (Health, Education And Relief) will be
donating and distributing 30,000 pounds of frozen
chicken at St. Philip Neri, St. Ailbe and St. Sabina.
There will be over 2,000 people receiving the muchneeded protein and your help is needed. Adults and
children are invited to participate in the distribution, the
schedule is as follows:
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St. Phillip Neri: 9:30-10:30
St. Ailbe: 11:15-12:15
St. Sabina: 1:30-3:00
Help at any or all of the locations is appreciated. There
will be a meeting point set up in the West Loop and
groups will carpool from there. You’re welcome to
meet at any of the parish locations on your own as
well. Please contact Karoline Eigel with any questions:
[email protected]
Knights of Columbus Presents:
A Kids' Chess Tournament, June 18
The Knights of Columbus Council 3131 will host
their first annual Kids' Chess Tournament on Saturday, June 18 from 9 am to 11:30 am. There will be a
one time registration fee of $3 per entrant, plus the
donation of a non-perishable food item for the sharing room. All students in grades K - 8 from OLPH and
St. Catherine Laboure are invited. Space is limited, so
please register now. Contact Nick Battaglia at
[email protected]
Our Lady of Tepeyac also would gratefully welcome gift cards to Target, Walmart, or Staples
that the teachers and administration may use to
shop for specific needs.
On behalf of Women's Club Guild 34, thank you
for making a difference!
Contact: Andrea Macina [email protected]
Reflecting on the Scriptures
“But when he comes, the Spirit of truth, he will guide
you to all truth...” JOHN 16:13
Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to help us know and live
the truth. To prepare ourselves, we need to open
our hearts to receive this gift before we can give it.
Develop a daily prayer routine to ask the Holy Spirit
to help guide our thoughts and actions.
© Archdiocese of St. Louis. Reprinted with permission
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PATRICK STEIN
Patrick is an alumnus of OLPH, GBS and Loyola Academy who suffered a
debilitating stroke in 2010 at the age of 17. As a result he suffers from a
condition known as Locked-In-Syndrome that necessitates 24-hour medical
care and on-going pursuit of cutting edge therapies and treatments. All ages are
welcome to participate in the Shoot for Steiner Free Throw Contest. 100% of
money donated will support the demands of Patrick's care via a Special Needs
Trust established in his name. Free Water Bottle for the first hundred shooters.
To learn more about Patrick, Scan the
QR code to visit the Crush It!
Foundation Facebook Page. The web
address is:www.facebook.com/
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We are accepting donations via
credit cards, checks and cash
directed toward:
"Shoot for Steiner"
P.O. Box 8617
Northfield, IL 60093-8617
Questions? Call the Bordignons at 847-774-5993
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announcements
U.S. MILITARY PRAYER LIST
US ARMY
1st Lt. Michael Altonji
SSG Brent Blackwell, Afghanistan
2LT Atticus Blair, Afghanistan.
1st Lt. Brad Fischl
Corporal Rick Hajost
1st LT Daniel LaBarge
CPT Matthew Leck
1st Lt. Gavin McGarry
Cpt. Brittany Sunko
1st Lt. William Thibeau
LTC Thomas Vogel
LTC Daniel Vogel
US AIR FORCE
1st Lt Brian Joseph Anderson
SSgt Jon Billie
1st Lt McCall Casas
TSgt Richard Nash
Major Reid Orth
Major Lowell Wallace, Overseas
US NAVY
IT2 James Kowalski, Overseas
Lt. John O’Hagan, Afghanistan
EM1 John Sutehall, Japan
US MARINES
Sgt Jack Askins
Capt. Justin Coons
Capt. Caitlin Ferrarell
1st Lt Matt Mugnaini
Capt. Bradley Petersen
Major Eric Starr, Afghanistan
Announcements
Assistive Listening Devices Available
For those who are hard of hearing we have assistive
listening devices available to help you participate more
fully during Mass. Please plan to arrive for Mass a few
minutes early to borrow the necessary equipment from
Sr. Paulanne. Please don’t forget to return the devices
at the end of Mass when you are finished.
Are You a Registered Parishioner?
A Parishioner is someone who regularly attends Mass,
regularly contributes funds as they are able, and who
is on file in our Parish Database.
Are you registered with the Parish? It’s easy to do, and
it helps us:
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Ensure that you receive parish mailings
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Keep important sacramental records
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Connect you with new interests and match your
talents to parish needs.
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Keep track of growing families
You will find registration forms in the back of church
and in the Rectory office. You may also register on our
website:
www.olphglenview.org/register-olph
For revisions or updates to this list contact:
Geof & Cathy Lutz [email protected]
847-724-8218.
BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS
Our weekly bulletin communicates the news
and events at OLPH Parish. Questions? Call
847-729-1525 ext. 24 to speak to Natalie
Conseur.
DEADLINE: Please email all content no
later than 6:00 pm on the Sunday prior to
publication date.
The gift of the Holy Spirit has been bestowed in abundance so that we may live
lives of genuine faith and active charity.
May 16, 2016
SUBMISSIONS:
Email to [email protected]
NOTE: The bulletin cannot promote job
seekers, entrepreneurs, etc. Please call
800.566.6170 to place a paid bulletin ad.
@PONTIFEX
Pope Francis Tweet of the Week
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our weekly intentions
Remember Our Sick
Sunday, May 22
Keeley Barr
Gabriella Barretto
Patricia Catarello
Matt Collins
Coty Cottle
Pat Cullen
Bob Gregg
Meghan Healy
Rosemarie Hogg
Pat Kelley
Barbara Kramer
Jeanie McInerney
Judith Nani
7:30
9:30 Ch
9:30 Mc
11:00
12:30
6:00
Mary Carol O'Brien
Lukas Parsek
Paul Parsek
Pat Reagan
Noreen Ritt
Infant Mary Elizabeth Roland
Celeste Sieracki
Liz Smith
Patrick Stein
Tony Thomas
Ed Tracz
Andrea Zielinski
VISITS TO THE SICK: If you, a family member, or
someone you know are homebound, unable to attend
weekly Mass, a trained Minister of Care will bring you
or your family member Holy Communion. You and the
lay Minister of Care can decide on the day, time and
frequency of the visit(s). For more information, please
call the OLPH Parish Office.
Our Beloved Deceased
James Peter Burke, father of Joe
Mary Romano
Mary Alice Sexton, wife of Ed
Carol Ann O’Callaghan and Tom Nally (Fr. Boland)
Michael Lanphere and Ruth Irene Adams (Fr. Kartje)
Kazimiera Rosowska and Bob Pasquesi (Fr. Lara)
Steve Kustra, Bob Schmit and Antonio Liga (Fr. Kartje)
Jadwiga Okulska and Richard Raboi (Fr. Hickey)
Margaret Eileen Hogan and James Foley (Fr. Kostyk)
Monday, May 23
6:30
8:30
Bob Pasquesi
Vincent Louis Inserra and Ben M. Hillberry
Tuesday, May 24
6:30
8:30
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH
Gabriel Lorenzo
Wednesday, May 25
6:30
8:30
Charles Stevens
Victor J. Olivera and Charlie Roberts
Thursday, May 26
6:30
8:30
Ed Just and Thomas Stuermer
Patricia Kutsch and Deceased Members of Original Guild 22
Friday, May 27
6:30
8:30
Ann Marie and Gerry Dempsey (MFTL)
Marianna Fiorentino and Paul Brumley
Saturday, May 28
and Patrick Burke
6:30
8:30
1:00
5:00
Christina Noelle, daughter of
Nahrain (Ibrahim) Markey and Eric Markey
Sunday, May 29
Recent Baptisms
Patrick Joseph Burke, III, son of Jessica (Trick) Burke
George Parnell, son of Erin (Hinchcliff) Vass
and George Vass
Upcoming Weddings
III
Betsy Luka & Abilash Abraham
7:30
9:30 Ch
9:30 Mc
11:00
12:30
6:00
Eugene & Joan Ploetz and Alex Alexander
Susan Sladoje and Meaghan Collins
Luka ~ Abraham Wedding
Peter Sparrow and Irene Hurley (Fr. Hickey)
Victor Pinto and Eugene B. Cizynski (Fr. Kostyk)
Casimir Alksnin and Mary T. & John H. Ryan (Fr. Lara)
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH (Fr. Paddy)
Dennis T. McCarthy and Lilian Butler (Fr. Lara)
Audrey Barr-Calmes and Anne Leibrandt (MFTL) (Fr. Boland)
Living and Deceased Members of OLPH (Fr. Kostyk)
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION)
Sat. • 4:00 - 4:45 p.m. or by appointment
LITURGY OF THE HOURS
Wed. • 8:10 a.m.
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK
After the 8:30 Mass on the 2nd Saturday of every month
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
Fri. • 9:00 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. • Lady Chapel
DIVINE MERCY HOLY HOUR
Fri. • 3:00 p.m. • Lady Chapel
MASSES AT MARYHAVEN
Sun. Tue. and Fri.• 10:30 a.m.
ROSARY Mon. - Sat. • after 8:30 a.m. Mass
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parish information
PARISH OFFICE 847.729.1525
FAX 847.729.0623
THE CITY olphglenview.onthecity.org
WEBSITE olphglenview.org
FACEBOOK.COM/olphglenview
Rev. Jeremiah Boland, Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Thomas E. Hickey, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Isaac Lara, Associate Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Nicholas Kostyk, Associate Pastor
[email protected]
Rev. Paddy Tyrrell, SJ Associate Pastor
[email protected]
Jim & Pat Revord, Deacon Couple
Dave & Mary Beth Kalina, Deacon Couple
Nancy Schwider, Director of Operations & Stewardship,
[email protected]
Russell Stern, Director of Music Ministry
[email protected]
Natalie Conseur, Director of Communications
[email protected]
Cherie DiCesare, Director of Religious Education
847-998-5289 [email protected]
Luana Lienhart, OFS, LCSW Parish Social Worker
[email protected]
Rev. Paddy Tyrrell, Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult
Ministry 847-602-4143
Dr. Amy Mills, Parish School Principal
847-724-6990, [email protected]
John Kurkowski, School Endowment Board Chair
[email protected]
Laura Kearney, Parish Secretary
[email protected]
Linda Feo, Parish Office Assistant
[email protected]
Margie Andre, Liturgy Assistant
[email protected]
Gloria Gaughan, Evening & Weekend Receptionist
[email protected]
OLPH Care Links
Bereavement Support
Deacon Dave Kalina
847-729-1525 ext. 25
[email protected]
Confidential Assistance
Luana Lienhart, OFS, LCSW
847-729-1525 ext 15
[email protected]
Confidential Assistance
Sister Paulanne
847-724-2044
Counseling Services
Mary Butler, LLPC, LMFT
224-420-1279
[email protected]
Divorce Support Group
Val Spingola, LCSW
847-826-3566
[email protected]
Domestic Violence Ministry
Brian Herrle
908-448-6713
[email protected]
Homebound/Hospital Visits
Rick Nash
847-651-8718
[email protected]
Respect Life
Monica Cassidy
847-724-7206
[email protected]

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